Dedë Gecaj vs. Decision PKL-KZZ 76/08 of the Supreme Court

Case No. KI 22/09


The applicant filed a referral claiming that his constitutional rights were infringed by a decision of the Supreme Court of Kosovo, which found the agreement on extradition of applicant to Swiss authorities to be valid, The applicant claimed that the judgment of the Supreme Court violated the principle ne bis in idem, claiming that his eventual extradition violates “international law” and “international human rights standards”, and that in case of extradition he may be subjected, inter alia, to inhuman treatment, On these grounds, the applicant requested interim measures suspending such extradition, The Court rejected applicant’s request for interim measures, reasoning that he had not submitted any proof to justify suspension of his extradition, such as proof that his extradition to Switzerland would subject him to inhuman treatment, and that he would suffer irrecoverable damage in case of extradition


Dedë Gecaj

Type of Referral:

KI – Individual Referral

Type of act:


Referral is manifestly ill-foundedReferral is manifestly ill-founded

Type of procedure followed before other institutions :